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Art for me has been a means find answers to my restless self. Till my early thirties I was just drifting from one role to another- daughter, student, wife, daughter-in-law, mother to two beautiful girls. Only after these roles were realized did I grow conscious of my restlessness. I stared by trying to paint these feelings, feelings of being lost, listlessness, of wanting something more. My early works were figurative, faces especially eyes became a very important part of my compositions. I loved working with charcoal, pastels and ink.
Graduated MFA in the year 2001 from Govt College of Art and Craft, Kolkata, India. Since 14 yrs after graduation have completely devoted himself to painting and have presented his works in a couple of group and solo shows held in Kolkata, New Delhi, Hyadrabad, Mumbai etc.
A. K. Douglas
My nature or Nature itself, I am into the Nature or nature is into me, how does it affect , how does it really matters, why do we need the answer or trying hard to create or find answer, or it’s our nature to do so , huh!
Who is responsible for whom, and why
The way we breathe without thinking of it, as a natural process to be in the process of living, same way art is natural process for me, what matters is the process of happening in the being. What comes out of my instinct, like instinct is leading me or I’m leading the instinct, like meeting the unknown and feeling it’s known.
Indian contemporary artist from Maharashtra . He works on nature abstraction , landscapes , seascapes and sometimes figurative paintings. Growing up in the village , he fell in love with Nature at a very young age .
His works show a stark inspiration of the Temple sculptures from Andhra Pradesh, he creates such forms that are reminiscent of them but they still encompass a signature, which is definitely personal in character. Thus the forms are a blend of traditional structural patterns and personal expression.
Is a well-known artist based in Bangalore, who has been practicing for more than two decades. He studied painting from the Faculty of Fine arts, M.S. University, Baroda in the year 1988. He has held numerous solo exhibitions and participated in group shows at leading art galleries in India, including several at the Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai.
The artist is interested in representing the crisis of the contemporary situation through his work, but in a minimal way. He does so by relating his practice in his own way to those small efforts put up by individual in relating to the local and global context today. The significance of such a relation is that it allows one to meditate without getting too carried away by the flux and crisis, yet at the same time actively participate in the very present, playfully and creatively.
Harisha Chennangod has been a part of many shows across India and his work is even found in collections in Paris and London.
Lockdown has made nature to come back to its old form. In the dense blue sky, the stars have risen in the game of clouds. The brightness of the sun has increased. The seasons have changed. The pollution in the air has decreased. The flower that is supposed to bloom in winter has already revealed its beauty. A flock of birds have come out in search of food and nectar. This painting is not about the food eaters relationship, it is like a bird’s conversation with flowers. As if they are each other’s friends or lovers. (The medium of this painting is sewing. Colored yarn and needle have been used instead of dye and brushes. The artist have chosen the traditional local Kantha art of Birbhum as the medium).
Born in a remote village and my paintings are inspired by nature. Different elements of the world, including the mystery of light and shadows fascinate me. In a soothing vocabulary of abstract forms, they re-claim their touch. I use dry pastel, exploring luminescent shades, forms submerged under semi-transparent layers, creating a journey, a discovery of some kind,adding some space to let the eyes breathe, till I find myself creating a sanctuary of inner peace and serenity, in a constantly moving world.
Kapil Anant was born in Rewari (Haryana) in 1998. Completed classes of 10th and 12th From Rewari, Haryana. Receiving Degree in BFA from Collage of Arts Delhi, India (Second year of BFA from collage of arts, Delhi).
My work is the direct result of my experience of the changes that have taken place around. The contemporary situations and circumstances made me to talk and work on it.
The present series of works are based on political satires on the contemporary political turbulence around the world that people are facing today. Many of these works contains chameleon that depicts the politicians that shows changing colours accordingly, some works contain throne that shows the power and sometimes caterpillars, some of them also contains unbalanced chairs etc. All these symbolize the present situations and the difficulties we face and I try to depict them through a visual vocabulary of my own.
Born in Kolkata in 1975, Pappu Bardhan did his B.V.A. in Painting from Rabindra Bharati University, Kolkata in 1999 and Post diploma in Graphics from M.S. University, Vadodara in 2001. His solo exhibition was curated by Sounak Chakraverti in Weavers Studio Centre for Arts, Kolkata in 2017.
Puspen studied B.V.A (1st class) in painting at Indian College of Art & Draftsmanship, Rabindra Bharati University, 2005. Since 2005 he is in Art field. He received City Level Award 2016-Kolkata in Painting by Prafulla Art Foundation & National Award (Painting) in Aranya, ’04 & ’07. Internationally his works showcased in New Media Fest2020” Corona Shutdown” organised by New Media Museum of Network Art (NMONA), Germany, 2020, Asia Contemporary Young Artist Award (Exhibition) in Gwanhwamun International Art Festival at Sejong Museum of Art, Seoul, South Korea, 2016.
Born in 1969, Rahim Mirza completed his art education at Bharat Bhavan in Bhopal, where he studied printmaking. Mirza’s current body of work however, is largely made up of acrylics on canvas.
The leaf occupies a central motif in much of his work, representing, perhaps, a multiplicity of emotions; while the appearance of the first leaf signifies Spring and renewal, the shedding of the brown leaves in Autumn heralds the onset of winter. It is these subtleties and the complexity of the simple motif that intrigue the artist.
Passed preparatory painting in 1991 from Govt. College of Art and Craft Kolkata and subsequently studied Western Painting at Govt. College of Art and Craft Kolkata. Studied Bachelor of Electronics at APC College, University of Kolkata. Did intense residency on nature art, South Korea. He has been invited as the formal speaker of the 4th Beijing international art biennale conference, Beijing, China. 2010. Conducted workshop and delivered lecture presentation on upcycling and multimedia art atKolkata Centre for Creativity.
Kanji believes that we are currently experiencing what is probably the most complex period of human history. According to the artist, in the last two centuries, our progress and evolution in fields like science, industry and government has been more dramatic than in all previous centuries together. Nevertheless, in this same period, we have also experienced the most devastating conflict, genocide, ecological destruction, and poverty. These are the dualistic concerns that Kanji struggles with and attempts to communicate to his viewers through his work. In the artist’s own words, “Each and every day, our urban society is going through a breathless night”.
Painting has a spiritual dimension in its purest sense. He searched of infinity, enlightenment & awakening to the true nature of beauty. His paintings took shape from this personal knowledge of this reality
Untitled-107 | Acrylic on Canvas | 30 x 38 inches | 2018 Price : INR 1,56,700/- | USD 2239
He is a Santiniketan ( West Bengal) based artist. His works posses the rare quality of contemporary experimentation and traditional art techniques. He is heavily influenced by the textural variety that nature exhibits and tries to capture them through the amalgamation of natural and fabricated forms.
He is a young talented artist from West Bengal. Portraits are his forte and his use of bright colors in a minimalist manner is his forte. He has also combined realistic style with the famous wash technique of Bengal School.
• 2004 –National Academy Award in 46th National Exhibition of Art 2003-04, organised by the Lalit Kala Academy, New Delhi.
• 2002 – Lalit Kala Academy Prize in All India Art Exhibition from West Bengal State Academy, Kolkata.
• 2003-05 – National Scholarship, History of Tourism and Culture, Department of Culture. Govt. of India, Shastri Bhavana, New Delhi.
• 2000 & 2002 – Merit Scholarship from Kala Bhavana, Visva-Bharati, Santiniketan.
Born in Kolkata in 1972, Subrata Paul achieved DVS in sculpture from AFA, Kolkata in 1998. He is a young dynamic sculptor, who always explores the hidden territory of visual forms in his own comprehension. Drawing and painting has been a major part of Subrata’s life since childhood.
B.F.A. PRINT MAKING 2008,
M.F.A. PRINT MAKING 2010,
KALABHAVANA,VISVA-BHARATI UNIVERSITY,SANTINIKETAN, INDIA,
P. SURESH KUMAR
He is an abstractionist from Chennai who plays with colors and mixed media. His vivaciously colored paintings and geometric representations are hypnotic and captivating. He seems interested not only in the ways his mind perceives images, but the ways in which memory alters and reshapes these recollections over time. His canvases emanate distinct thoughts; legato textures created by monochrome, clash of jagged shapes, repetition of geometric shapes in all result into a stimulating work
Bliss | Ceramic | 11.8 x 9.85 x 3.15 inches Price : INR 79,420/- | USD 1135
Benevolent | Ceramic | 11 x 8.27 x 3.15 inches Price : INR 63,740/- | USD 911
T. Athi Veerapandian
Attained a Diploma of Fine Art (1984-1989) and a Master of Fine Arts Degree at the Government College of Arts & Crafts, Chennai (1998-2000)
– T. Athiveerapandian’, The Noble Sage, London (2019); ‘group show Selected Exhibitions
One man Show at ART HOUZ, Bengaluru february(2016) ‘Absence & presence’
One man Show at Dakshinachitra,Chennainovember(2015) ‘Absence & presence’
One man Show at Art Houz(2012)’Further towards nature’ – T. Athiveerapandian’, The Noble Sage, London (2015); ‘101 Months of The Noble Sage’ Group
He graduated from Government College of Art and Craft with a first class first degree in 1989,working on both figurative and landscape paintings. Despite slight cubistic distortions in his figurative executions, he searched for an inward stillness of human consciousness through dichotomy of light and shade. His post graduation from Benaras Hindu University in 1992 transformed the course of his consciousness. The extant contemplative inwardness in him got charged with meditative spirituality through his association with this heritage city.
Education : 2003-BFA in Sculpture, Government ; College of fine Arts, Chennai.
Awards : 2006-Award winner in the 48th National Award.
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